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MSPs are to consider calls for a public inquiry into the Dunblane shootings. Three separate petitions relating to the massacre are to be discussed at the Scottish Parliament. It comes just over a week after the 10th anniversary of the incident on 13 March, 1996, which saw 16 children and a teacher shot dead. Two of the petitions are calling for a new public inquiry into the shootings. One asks whether an original inquiry failed to consider crucial evidence.
Witness statements
Holyrood’s public petitions committee will consider a submission by Sandra Uttley, the former partner of Mick North, whose daughter Sophie was one of Hamilton’s young victims. Miss Uttley, who has now separated from Dr North and lives in Cowbar, near Whitby, is calling on MSPs to urge the Scottish Executive to hold a new inquiry into the shootings at Dunblane Primary School. A separate petition put forward by William Burns, from South Queensferry on the outskirts of Edinburgh, is also demanding a fresh public inquiry. He wants this to look at whether Hamilton led a “charmed life” and whether or not the original probe by Lord Cullen failed to consider crucial evidence. Another petition on the agenda for Wednesday’s meeting has been submitted by Doreen Hagger, from Aberdeen. She wants the parliament to urge ministers to instruct Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary to investigate Central Scotland Police’s dealings with Hamilton from 1975 up to 1996 and to examine the 1,655 witness statements taken as part of the investigation into the shooting.
Petition PE948
Petition PE940
Petition PE933


Cullen Inquiry bears the hallmarks of a cover-up(masonic)
Business Bulletin No. 150/2004
Monday 25 October 2004
Carolyn Leckie: The Cullen Inquiry into the Dunblane Tragedy
That the Parliament is concerned about the 100-year closure order which is currently in force on over 100 documents which formed part of the Cullen Inquiry into the Dunblane Tragedy; is further concerned to note that there is no statutory basis for this 100-year closure order and that, despite the Lord Advocate two years ago agreeing to release some of the papers, after editing to delete the names of children whose identity must be protected, no access to the documents has yet been allowed.
Notes that the documents covered by the 100-year closure order include police reports, plans of Dunblane Primary School and part of Thomas Hamilton’s autopsy report; believes that the Cullen Inquiry left many questions unanswered, including allegations that Thomas Hamilton had access to the facilities at Queen Victoria School and associated with police officers and other well-known members of the community and the fact that there is a period prior to the tragedy when the whereabouts of Thomas Hamilton and who he met is unknown; further believes that the Cullen Inquiry made no serious effort to discover Thomas Hamilton’s lifestyle and associates prior to the Dunblane Tragedy which might have shed some light on what drove him to commit such a dreadful act; believes that the Cullen Inquiry bears the hallmarks of a cover-up, and calls for a new inquiry, without a restrictive remit, to be set up without delay.


The News of the World by Marcello Mega
THE inquiry into the Dunblane massacre was a massive cover-up, a top Scots Freemason has sensationally claimed. Former Grand Master Lord Burton says that Lord Cullen’s official probe suppressed crucial information to protect high-profile legal figures. He says they may belong to a secretive “super-Mason” group called The Speculative Society. Some had links to Dunblane’s Queen Victoria School -where gunman Thomas Hamilton was allowed to roam free before the 1996 atrocity. And Lord Burton revealed that he was bullied and threatened by other peers when he tried to raise his concerns in the House of Lords.
Last night the 79-year-old aristocrat said: “There’s no escaping the fact that there’s something sinister about the whole affair.” He was prompted into action after reading in the News of the World last month that police are investigating claims that pupils at QVS were regularly taken away and sexually abused. The Cullen Inquiry failed to investigate why suspected paedophile Hamilton was allowed to wander around the school whenever he liked, running camps and using the shooting range.
Former housemaster Glenn Harrison told us how he even found Hamilton, 43, creeping around the dormitories at night. He said Hamilton, who murdered 16 pupils and a teacher at Dunblane Primary School in 1996, had close links to a top cop. Glenn said he was aghast that he was never called to give evidence at the Cullen Inquiry. He said: “I was one of the people who was making a fuss about Hamilton long before he killed those children, but no one wanted to listen.” Now Lord Burton has contacted him at his new home in the Shetland Islands, saying he believes Glenn wasn’t called to give evidence to avoid the embarrassment of top legal names being dragged into it. The QVS school is for children of the miltary services and has long-standing links to high office -its current patron is the Duke of Edinburgh.
Whoever holds the position of Secretary of State for Scotland becomes president and Scotland’s second-most senior judge, the Lord Justice Clerk, becomes a commissioner.
Lord Burton said: “I was Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Scotland at the time and I’m aware that most of the conspiracy theories around Dunblane revolve around allegations of a Masonic conspiracy. “I do have some difficulty with that, but I have learned of an apparent connection between prominent members of the legal establishment involved in the inquiry, and the secretive Speculative Society. “The society was formed at Edinburgh University through Masonic connections so I accept that there might be a link by that route. But Hamilton was never a Mason. His grandfather was.”
Current members of The Speculative Society include Lord Cullen and a number of other judges, sheriffs and advocates. Lord Burton has been trying for years to get to the bottom of the conspiracy theories, using his influence in the House of Lords until the reforms meant he was no longer entitled to sit in Westminster. Last night he said: “I tried repeatedly to raise concerns about the inquiry during my time in the Lords, and I was bullied and threatened by powerful peers loyal to the Conservative Government of the day, who warned me of dire consequences if I continued to embarrass them.” But the determined peer pressed on and in 1999, asked a question in the Lords which revealed that documents from the inquiry had been ordered to be locked up for 100 years. Among them was a police report revealing that Hamilton had been accused of sexually abusing boys and had been considered by some officers unfit to hold a firearms licence.
Lord Burton added: “We still need to know why that was necessary. Who was the secrecy protecting?” Although the official reason is to protect the families of possible abuse victims, it’s unusual for documents to be locked up unless for matters of national security. In July, Dunblane ambulance worker Sandra Uttley told the News of the World how she and friend Doreen Hagger had drawn up a 50-point, 5,000-word dossier calling for secrecy surrounding the tragedy to be lifted. They claimed that dozens of questions have gone unanswered and crucial lines of enquiry were ignored. Former ambulance worker Sandra said: “There may be other individuals who should face prosecution.” Glenn Harrison had kept dozens of files from pupils alleging bullying and abuse while he was at the QVS and wrote to parents warning of the dangers in 1991. It led to him being ousted from the school and just days before he left, police raided his home and confiscated the files.
When Glenn read Sandra’s story, he went back to police -and this time they agreed to investigate . Last night he said he in turn had been glad to receive the call from Lord Burton. He added: “I’ve been making noises for years and I sometimes despair and think it’s time to just accept we’ll never get to the truth. “But I think we owe it to all the people who were so affected by the killings to continue to demand answers to the many questions that were never asked.” Glenn told us that Hamilton had been a friend of Ben Philip, the senior housemaster at the QVS. Mr Philip died in December 1993, aged 46, when he fell from a ladder while hanging decorations.
Glenn said: “They were friends so Hamilton was a regular visitor to the school and I was introduced to him. “Ben Philip was a decent guy who was very trusting. “I think he thought he and Hamilton shared interests in things like the outdoors, and he couldn’t see that Hamilton had another motive for wanting to be around the school. “Hamilton ran camps in the school grounds, and he used the shooting range freely.
“He came and went as he pleased, almost as if he owned the place, and no one has ever tried to explain why he had such freedom. “I am still haunted by the memory of picking up my newspaper on March 14 1996 and reading about what had occurred at Dunblane Primary School the day before. “I just knew the killer had to be Thomas Hamilton. He should have been stopped.” Demands have already been made to the Scottish Executive to investigate the influence of The Speculative Society. It was formed in 1764 as an offshoot of the Masons and has counted Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson and Hugh MacDiarmid among its most celebrated members.
The Spec, as it is known, is described by its members as a debating club. They meet in candlelit vaults below Edinburgh University’s Old College in the winter. Prospective members are normally approached while they study at the university. Its membership -which was secret until a year ago -reads like a Who’s Who of the rich and powerful in Scotland. Campaigners were determined to reveal the membership amid concerns, many expressed by senior lawyers who are not members, of the disproportionate influence the Spec is said to wield. One legal figure who has long been suspicious of the Spec said: “Members laugh off the suspicions and say it’s just a debating club.
“But, given that the members are picked as undergrads and almost without exception go on to reach the pinnacle of their careers, you have to think either that those making the selection are very astute at spotting potential, or that membership gives you a leg up in life. “I know which option I favour.”


Gunman mows down class of children leaving 16 dead with their teacher
Thursday March 14, 1996
The small Scottish town of Dunblane was racked with grief and horror last night as details emerged of the killer who had lived in their midst until yesterday, when he shot dead 16 small children and a teacher in three minutes of carnage in a primary school gym. Thomas Hamilton, aged 43, a disgraced former Scout master whose behaviour had attracted the attention of the police, turned one of his four guns on himself after killing or injuring all but one of a class of 29 five- and six-year-olds at Dunblane primary school, near Stirling. Last night three of the 12 children at hospital in Stirling, Falkirk and Glasgow were on the critical list. As the Queen, the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition registered their shock and distress at the worst multiple murder this country has seen, there were immediate calls for greater security in schools and tightening of the laws on gun ownership, last addressed after the Hungerford massacre in August 1987.
No obvious motive had emerged yesterday, but the many people who had encountered Hamilton drew a picture of a man who was obsessed with small boys and embittered by rejection. He became a Scout leader in 1973, aged 20, but was asked to leave the following year because of complaints about his behaviour at camp. He tried many times to get back into the organisation. Later he ran a boys’ club – at one time in the school gym, some say – and recently, said a neighbour, he had been turned down as a voluntary worker for the primary school where he yesterday wreaked such bloody havoc. It is believed the gunman began firing his weapons in the playground not long after school began, then forced his way past two of the 25 staff as he walked along a passageway, past the dining room, and into the gym, where 45-year-old Gwen Mayor’s class was in progress. Fifteen children and Mrs Mayor died at the scene; another child died in hospital. It is not known how many bullets were discharged during the massacre, which the police estimate lasted between two and three minutes. Only one child escaped unscathed. Two pupils were absent because of illness.
The whole school heard gunfire. The head teacher, Ronald Taylor, was described by police as a hero for the work he put in to calm the distraught pupils of the 700-strong school. Jack Beattie, a senior consultant paediatrician, who arrived with the medical team, said it was the worst carnage he had witnessed in his 19 years as a doctor. “We saw a large number of dead and injured children when we arrived in the gymnasium,” he said. “There were a number of teachers comforting the children who were still alive and ambulance staff who had arrived before us.
“The children were very quiet. They were in shock both because of the injuries and because of the psychological shock.” A governor at the school, Gerry McDermott, said he had comforted a distressed teacher, Stuart McCombie, who had rushed to the gymnasium after the shooting. “Stuart told me they were looking up at him with their wee eyes, slowly changing colour as the blood drained from their faces and they died in his arms. He said the room was just awash with blood.”
Steven Hopper, aged 11, was in his classroom yards from the gym, which shortly before had been full for morning assembly. “It was right next to my classroom,” he said. “I looked over and saw the gunman. “He was coming towards me, so I just dived under my desk when he turned and fired at us. “It was pretty scary when he started firing at our classroom window because all the glass smashed in and I got hit by a piece.” As the news reached the town, parents congregated at the school gates. Their children were handed back to them in small groups, but the parents of the victims were led to a private room. Nora Dougherty, governor at the school, said: “I found out it was not my daughters. I felt relieved – and then I felt terribly guilty that I felt relieved.” A father outside the school gates cried: “I don’t know if my girls are alive or dead. What kind of a maniac does this? They are just babies in there.” Janet Aitken, mother of an 11-year-old pupil, said: “I have my son, but many don’t. When I saw Campbell I just wanted to weep, but many parents aren’t having a reunion with their children.”


For anyone caught up in a litigation vortex conjured up by the hooks and crooks running our legal systems ,beyond any shadow of a doubt, the masonic/speculative/illuminati influence overpowers anything else which undermines justice and human rights. To ensure this evil web encompassing the globe continues to DOMINATE our legislators and courts requires an avoidance of ALL that assures our protection from state tyranny. Masonic rule cannot survive if HUMAN RIGHTS are protected. The UK and USA have given up on protecting those rights a LONG time ago.
Anyone who is part of seeing change need to remain focused on what is driving it all and driving innocents into early graves on the backs of these devil worshipping crooks . The Scottish Parliament is now run and controlled by that influence ,in light of the failures of the public petitions to address this very serious matter ,despite many high profile actions to expose it. There needs to be a joint action supported by as many as possible to challenge the petitions committee who seem to think it is acceptable for this system to continue to dominate Scottish politics and law. They have played a major part in the cover up of DUNBLANE by the Speculators and the public petitions committee seek to protect this from full public scrutiny.
Real human rights will never be attained as long as the Scottish Parliament actively encourage the perpetuation of a force for evil as they have clearly shown the abandonment of those rights from the continued failures to address this very urgent matter. Our children ,our elderly and our sick remain vulnerable to attack until it is eradicated ,the public petition cronies are FAILING the Scottish people by their inaction.

The Cullen Inquiry Files



Abbey, David Yool 1617 (BA. Oxford, LL.B.; Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute at Airdrie)
Adams, S. L.
Anderson, J. P. (B.A.)
Angus, R. J. (Q.C. Commissioner, Social Security & Child Support Agency)
Appleton, Edward Victor 1622 [Principal University of Edin. (Honorary Member)]
Arbuthnott, Hugh Sinclair 1644 (The Hon. Hugh of Cairnhill, Foreside, by Forfar. Resigned)
Armstrong, Iain G. (Q.C. Advocate Depute, 2000-present; Clerk of Faculty 1995-1999)
Balfour, G. A. J. – See Taprain, Viscount
Barne, Jonathan Michael (Solicitor, Shepherd & Wedderburn, Saltire Court, Edinburgh)
Barnes, E.W.
Barr, Kenneth Glen 1757 (Resigned, Sheriff of South Strathclyde, Dumfries & Galloway)
Bell, John Robin Sinclair 1683 (MBE in 1999 for services to Scottish charities)
Bell, Stewart Edward 1599 (Resigned on departing to Malaya; Sheriff-Substitute at Glasgow)
Berry, William 1758 (K.T, Ch.M.B.M. W.S; Dir. Scot. Life, Scot. Amer. Inv., Inchcape)
Bertram, Robert David Darney 1765 (Ptnr, Shep. & Wedd., Monopoly & Mergers Committee)
Bisset, Norman Shirsinger (Solicitor, C.M.S. Cameron McKenna, Aberdeen)
Black, Duncan Ian 1672 (Architect to the Scottish Development Dept.)
Black, R.obert (Q.C., Professor of Law and Head of the Faculty, the University of Edinburgh)
Blackie, J. W. (B.A. LL.B., Prof of Law, University of Strathclyde)
Blackledge, P. V. P. (B.Mus.)
Blair, John Woodman 1733 (Snr. Ptnr. Anderson Strathearn; Dir. Edinburgh Fund Managers Group)
Blair, Robin Orr 1785 (M.A .St Andrews, LL.B. Edinburgh, W.S; Lord Lyon King of Arms)
Bogie, David W. (Sheriff d.)
Boisseau, C. D.
Borden, Frank Harris 1634 (M.A. University of Pennsylvania; A.B. Trinity College, Connecticut)
Bowie, Simon D. R. (Advocate, Edinburgh)
Boyd, Kenneth MacKenzie 1753 (M.A. Edin., Theologian, and Author)
Brand, David William Robert 1610 (Resigned, M.A. LL.B. Q.C.; Solicitor General 1970)
Brodie, Jonathan P. (Advocate, Standing Jr. Counsel to Dept. of Soc Sec. & The Bible Board)
Brown, Ewan (C.B.E., M.A., LL.B., C.A., FCIBS, Prof., Ch. H-Watt Univ., Dir. Noble Grossart, Lloyds TSB)
Bruce, Hon Adam R. (Solicitor/Lobbyist, Dir. McGrigor Donald Public Policy; Tory candidate)
Bruce, Michael Stewart Rae 1732 (Lord Marnoch, Law Lord)
Bruce-Gardyne, Charles Evan 1623 (LL.B., Royal Company of Archers; 14th Laird of Middleton)
Bruford, Alan James 1769 (Author of Gaelic Folk Tales, Archivist, School of Scottish Studies Edin. Univ.)
Buchanan, Nigel Walter 1715 (B.A. Oxford; LL.B. W.S.)
Buist, Robert Cochran 1666 (Investment Trust Manager)
Bullick, Peter Maurice 1759 (Resigned, LL.B. Edin., W.S. Solicitor)
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Burns, David S. (QC, Advocate Depute 1991-93, Deputy Com. of Soc. Sec., 1998-now, Lockerbie defence lawyer for Megrahi)
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Butler, L. (B.A. M.A. P.h.D.)
Butter, Peter Herbert 1615 (BA. Oxon; Prof., Lecturer at Edinburgh & Belfast Universities; Author)
Butters, John Anthony Howard 1735 (B.A. Camb; LL.B. Edin., Scot. Valtn. Advisory Council)
Byatt, Andrew Lorne Campbell (Solicitor with Morton Fraser, Edinburgh)
Callendar, Alexander Dougal 1614 (B.A. Oxford, LL.B. Edin, W.S.; Captain Q.O.C.H.)
Cameron, Ewan Kennedy 1674 (M.A., LL.B. Edin., W.S.)
Cameron, John Alastair 1776 (Lord Abernethy, Law Lord)
Cameron, J T
Cameron, 1681 Kenneth John (of Lochbroom, Law Lord)
Cameron, N. M.
Campbell, Colin John 1764 (A.R.I.C.S., Q.A.L.A.S., Chartered Surveyor)
Campbell, Hugh H. (QC, F.C.I. Arbitrators, B.A. Oxon., LL.B. Edin.,)
Campbell, Niall Gordon 1756 (Civil Servant, Head of Justice Dept., Ex-Development Dept., Scot. Off.)
Campbell, R. M. M.
Campbell, William David 1741 (Architect, A.R.I.B.A.;)
Campling, James Robert 1713 (Works Director)
Cavaye, David B. M. (Investment Mgr. Securities Trust Scotland/Martin Currie, Saltire Court)
Chapman Cambell, R. H.
Clarke, John Gwynne 1663 (Resigned, Lecturer in French)
Clarke, Matthew Gerald (Law Lord, Lord Clarke, as QC said Skye toll paperwork was flawless)
Clyde, James John 1688 (Law Lord, Ex-Lord Advocate, son of 1403 & grandson of 1131)
Cohen, Laurence Jonathan 1603 (Lecturer & Fellow, Oxon, Edin., Dundee, St. Ands., Princeton & Harvard)
Considine, Hugh McKay 1601 (Resigned, Edinburgh Academy 1932-37; B.A. Camb. LL.B.)
Cosser, A. J. (LL.B.)
Cowan, Charles David Symington 1602 (Paper Trade; Manufacturing; Stockbroking)
Cowan, John Michael (LL.B., Solicitor, Condies, Perth)
Cowie, William Lorn Kerr 1631 (Law Lord, Lord Cowie)
Craddock, I D
Craig, Maxwell Davidson 1729 (Non-resident, Minister Ch of Scot; Asst. Prin. Min. of Labour)
Craig, T. M. (B.Sc., A.R.C.S.I., G.M.I., Mech.E.)
Crawford, George Douglas 1790 (Journalist, Editor of ‘Scotland’, Economist, Scot. Coun. Dev. & Ind.)
Crerar, James Drummond 1717 (Solicitor, Dickson McNiven & Dunn, W.S.)
Croker, Patrick Thomas Crofton 1719 (B.A.Oxford, Schoolmaster, Fettes College, 1959-65)
Crole, Robert Lake 1695 (Schoolmaster at Fettes and Geelong G.S.)
Crowther, A. V.
Cullen, W D
Currie, James David Peterkin 1738 (Ship-owner, J.P., Chairman of Jas. Currie & Co., son of 1468)
Curtis, R. S.
Davidson, Charles Kemp 1636 (Law Lord, Lord Davidson)
Davidson, D. (Advocate Donald Davidson?)
Davidson Kelly, C. N.
Dawson, W. A. C.
Derby, Peter Jared 1784 (B.Sc. Queens Univ., Belfast; Master of Worshipful Co. of Actuaries)
Dessain, S. J. F.
Dickson, A. W. M.
Dickson, Robert Hamish 1792 (Sheriff at Airdrie, son of 1483 Sheriff at Hamilton)
Dorman, N. R. V.
Douglas, Hugh Scott 1656 (B.A. Oxon. LL.B. W.S.)
Douglas-Hamilton, Lord James Alexander 1772 MSP (QC; Ex-Minister of State, Scot. Office, {Skye Tolls})
Douglas-Home, Rt. Hon. Sir Alec 1755 (Ex-P.M. of the U.K., Ex-Chair Bilderberg Group)
Draper, O. A. T.
Drummond Young, James Edward ( Law Lord, Lord Drummond Young)
Duff, Donald Campbell MacRae 1679 (Resigned 1958)
Duff, Ronald Roxburgh 1728 (B.A. Oxford, LL.B; W.S.)
Duncan, D. M. G. (LL.B.)
Duthie, C. E. (M.A., Spec. Soc. Librarian 2002/3, public apologist)
Dymock, Ian William 1772 (Physician, author of ‘Clinical Pharmacology’)
Elliot, J. C.
Elliot, Gerald Henry 1640 (Sir Gerald, Royal Co. Archers; Chmn. Christian Salvesen, Forth Ports, etc.)
Elliot, P. R.
Elliott, Walter Archibald 1613 (Q.C. Barrister; Staff Captain Scots Guards)
Elston, David Aitken (Solicitor, Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh)
Errington, Humphrey John 1780 (Shipping, then, Cheesemaker, Lanark Blue)
Erskine, Donald Seymour 1652 (Fellow of the Chartered Land Agents Society, estate agent.)
Fairbairn, Sir Nicholas Hardwick 1677 (Solicitor General, 1979-1982)
Ferguson, James G.D. (Ex-Chair. St. Ivory, Ch. Val. & Inc. Trust, Dir. Monks Inv. Trust, Comm. Fund Managers Assoc.)
Fitch, R. E. I. (M.A.)
Ford, P. J. (Dr. Lecturer and Professor at Edin. University)
Forfar, David O. (Sen. Lect. Dep. of Actuarial Maths & Stats. Heriot-Watt Uni., author)
Forman, P M
Foster, A. J. E.
Foulis, Alexander Douglas 1635 (Bookbinder)
Frain-Bell, William J. (Advocate, Tory cand., Mem.Young Int. Arb. Pract. Gp., Ed.Firm Magazine)
Francis, Derick R. Le B (Advocate, member of the English Bar; Registered Insurance Broker)
Fraser, I. A. (M.A., Dir. School of Celtic & Scottish Studies, Univ. of Edin.)
Fraser, Sir John 1590, Bart. (Honorary Member, Principal of the University of Edinburgh)
Fraser, Peter Lovat (Q.C., Sol. Gen. 1982, Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, Lord Advocate 1989)
Fyfe, Norman Alexander (Solicitor Miller Beckett & Jackson, Glasgow)
Galbraith, Norman Dunlop Galloway 1611 (Ship-owner, Sub-Lieutenant, Home Fleet)
Galbraith, William Campbell 1696 (Q.C.; Chair, Tribunal DHSS, 1997; Chair, Tribunal MAFF, 1994)
Gieben, Abraham Herman Cornelius Sinclair 1685 (non-resident Member, M.D. Amsterdam)
Gillies, William (M.A. Edin., B.A. Oxon., Prof. Hd. of Dept. Celtic Studies, Gov. H. & I. Ent.Trust, author)
Godfrey, A. M.
Gotelee, Jonathan (Architect)
Graham, J. A.G. (M.A., M.Phil.)
Grant, D M K
Grant, Douglas 1591 (F.R.S.E.; T.D. Publisher, Brother of 1538; Cousin of 1587)
Grant, Ian Robertson 1587 (B.A. Camb. Antiquarian Bookseller and Editor of the 1968 History)
Grant, Robert William 1740 (C.A. son of 1496 Lord Grant MP, Lord Advocate)
Grant Scott, W. (A Dr W. Grant Scott made submission to City of Edin. Council Dev. Sub- Comm. 23/8/00. Same man?)
Grieve, Christopher Murray 1762 (Hugh MacDairmid – Poet, Honorary Member)
Griffiths, John Robert (Solicitor, W.S., Partner Shep. & Wedd., Chair. Emp. Law Soc. of Scot.) Grossart, Angus McFarlane McLeod 1744 (Ch. Brit. Assts. Trust/ISIS, Noble Grossart, Royal Bank of Scot., Scot. Inv. Trust etc.)
Grossart, Hamish M. (Hamish, Dir. Martin Currie, I&G, Royal Doulton, Cairn Energy, Indigo Vision, Scottish Radio Holdings)
Guest, Simon Edward Graham (Solicitor with Bell & Scott, Edinburgh)
Guild, Ivor Reginald 1588 (Ex-Snr. Prtnr. Shepherd & Wedderburn; Chair Dunedin WWI Trust; etc)
Halblander, C. J. M.
Haldane, James Martin 1754 (KT., Chair. Audit Comm. Univ. Stirling, Dir. Scot. Life, Inv.Cap. Trust/ISIS, C.A. Cheine & Tait)
Hamilton, Arthur Campbell 1793 (Law Lord, Lord Hamilton)
Hammond Chambers, R. A. (Alex, Chair Ivory & Sime, (now ISIS), Dir. Dobbies Gdn. Cntrs., etc.)
Hamnett, Thomas Galloway Ian 1668 (Advocate and lecturer at Edinburgh & Bristol Univs.)
Hardman, J. D.
Harris , P. A.
Harrison, Patrick Kennard 1694 (Principal, Scottish Development Dept.)
Hart, Thomas David Mure 1775 (C.A. in Brewing)
Hayes, James Almand 1768 (Extruded, Graduate of Georgia Military Acad; Theatre Director)
Heath, Peter Laughlan 1659 (B.A. Oxford; Prof. of Philosophy, Univ. of Edin. & Virginia, Author)
Heggie, C. A. (LL.B. Solicitor, Bell & Scott, Edinburgh)
Henderson, William Gebbie 1690 (M.A. Edin., Publisher)
Hennigan, Brian (Writer, Vice-Chair of Mediabase)
Henry, A. C. (Sheriff at Glasgow?)
Hepburn-Scott, Henry Alexander 1585 (Lord Polwarth, Resigned 1947; Governor BOS; Dir. various)
Hodge, Robin M. (Publisher of the List, events guide for Edinburgh & Glasgow)
Hogg, M. A. (Faculty of Law Univ. Edin, co-author Prof. Hector McQueen)
Hollis, Edward C.R. (Architect, Lecturer, Media Arts, Napier Univ., Spec. Soc. Secretary 2002/3)
Holmes, H. M. (of H. H. Holmes, Accountants, specialists in Tax planning, Edinburgh?)
Holroyd, Nicholas W. (Advocate, Ex-tutor Univ. Edin., ‘Delict & Civil Court Pt’)
Hook, William Thomson 1608 (M.A. LL.B. Edinburgh, Sheriff at Greenock)
Hope, George Archibald 1742 (C.A. apprentice)
Hope, James Arthur David 1750 (Lord Hope of Craighead, Law Lord, son of 1399)
Hope, Hon. J. D. L. (Solicitor, son of Lord Hope of Craighead 1750, grandson of 1399)
Horden, M. J. W.
Huggins, Martin 1777 (Dir. Edinburgh School of English; Business Consultant)
Hunter Gordon, H (B.Sc.; Governor Moray House Institute of Education)
Inglis, James Crawford Roger 1625 (Ptnr. Shep. & Wedd., Dir Royal B.of Scot, Chair. Brit. Ass. Trust; associate of George Bush Snr)
Ingram, Paul Alexander 1616 (Chartered Surveyor; Captain Royal Artillery)
Ingram, Thomas Theodore Scott 1693 (Senior lecturer in Paediatric Neurology and Author)
Ireland, Ronald David 1632 (Q.C., Sheriff Principal, Hon. Prof. of Law Univ. of Aberdeen; Author)
Irvine, R G
Ivory, Brian G. (CBE, Non-Exec. Dir. Halifax/Bank of Scotland, Dir. Scot/Amer. Inv., ex-CEO Highland Distillers)
Ivory, J (B. Comm., C.A., Trustee, Advocates for Animals)
Jauncey, Charles Eliot 1621 (Law Lord, Lord Jauncey of Tullichettle.)
Jenkins, D.H.R. (M.B. Ch.B.)
Johnson, R. E. C. (B.Sc.)
Johnson, Robert Smith 1592 (B.A. Cambridge, LL.B. Glasgow; Advocate Depute)
Johnston, A B M
Johnston, Alan Charles Macpherson 1760 (Law Lord, Lord Johnston)
Johnston, Alastair Graham 1654 (Resigned, M.A.)
Johnstone, John Raymond 1633 (C.A. in Investment Trusts)
Keith, The Hon Henry Shanks 1605 (Law Lord, Lord Keith of Kinkel, d. 2002)
Kelsall, John Ainsworth 1726 (B.A. Oxford, LL.B. Edin, Solicitor)
Kenyon-Slaney, Robert Ivan 1653 (Tobacconist & Snuff dealer, ceased to be a member, d.1984)
Kermack, S O
Kerr, Andrew Mark 1771 (B.A. Camb., LL.B. Edin., W.S. Solicitor., Ctte. Memb., Clerk, W.S. Library)
Kerr, Bruce A. (Sheriff at Glasgow, member of Judicial Appointments Board)
Killick, David Henry Rothwell 1749 (Non-Resident, Barrister, Merchant)
Kincade, James 1687 (B.A. Trinity, M.A., B.Litt. Oxford, Teacher)
King Murray – See Murray R J K
Laird, David Logan 1772 (Solicitor with Thorntons W.S. Forfar; Board of Inver Dist. Salmon Fisheries)
Laird, Michael Donald 1636a (Resigned, Michael Laird Partnership, Architects, Edinburgh)
Laird Craig, Adrian J (MD, TM Robertson Wine Cellars Edinburgh, Pres. Inst. Wine & Spirits Scot., Old Stoic)
Lall, Vikram (C.A., Dir. Malcolm Group, Ex-Grampian Holdings, Noble Grossart, Dir. Brewin Dolphin, Member Scottish Industrial Development Advisory Board)
Law, James 1628 (Q.C., Member of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 1994)
Law, Ralph Hamilton 1680 (Under-Secretary, Dept. of Fisheries, Scotland)
Lawson, K.
Learmonth, Alastair M. (Advocate, Tutor in Evidence, University of Edinburgh)
Learmonth, Ian Robertson 1783 (Stockbroker)
Leckie, P. Ross (Dir. Martin Currie, author of ‘Bluff your way in the Classics’, journalist ‘Scotland on Sunday’, Tory candidate, Spec apologist)
Leeming, D. B. B.
Leslie, R. K.
Leslie, William 1658 (B.A. Camb. LL.B. T.D. W.S.)
Liddell, Hamish George MacDuff 1604 (B.A. Oxon., LL.B. Edin; Ptnr. J&H Mitchell, Perth; cousin of 1594)
Liddell, Andrew Colin MacDuff (Solicitor, J & H Mitchell, Pitlochry)
Lindgren, David I. (Solicitor & Partner, Fyfe Ireland W.S.)
Lockhart, H.
Lorimer, D.
Lorimer, Robert Lewis Campbell 1638 (Author & Publisher, d.1996)
Lothian, Andrew (M A; Sheriff, Lothians & Borders, Edinburgh)
Lowe, Ian Douglas 1761 (M.A. Camb., Dip Agric. Camb., M.B.A. Harvard; Company Director)
McAllister, Richard A. (Lecturer in Politics at the University of Edinburgh)
MacAskill, Jamie (Deputy News Editor, Sunday Mail, Scotland)
McCall Smith, R. Alexander {Sandy} (Prof. of Medical Law University of Edinburgh)
MacColl, Gavin L. (Advocate, Edinburgh)
McCosh, W. G.
McCulloch, Andrew Jameson 1766 (of Ardwall, Solicitor, and author of ‘Galloway, a land apart’)
Macdonald, Alistair Archibald 1660 (Sheriff substitute at Caithness, Orkney, & Zetland)
McDougall, Douglas C.P. (Ex-Prtnr. Baillie/Gifford, Chair. IMRO, Dir. Scot. Inv. Trust, Monks Inv. Trust, etc.)
McEachran, Colin Neil 1789 (QC, Advocate Depute 1974-77; Pres. Pensions Appeal Trib. 1994-present)
McFadden, John Alexander Crawford 1751 (M.A. LL.B. Aberdeen, Solicitor)
MacFarlane, C. W. (Q.C. LL.B., Sheriff of Glasgow & Strathkelvin, at Glasgow)
Macfie, John W.S. (Solicitor, Hon. Sec. Scot. Tartan Soc., Edinburgh)
McGhie, James Marshall (Law Lord, Lord McGhie, Chair. Scottish Land Court, President Lands Tribunal for Scotland)
McInnes, John Colin 1731 (B.A.Ox, LL.B. Edin; Q.C., Sheriff, Mem.Invest. Powers Tribunal)
McIntyre, Robert Gordon 1691 (Executive with Morgan Crucible Co., (US-convicts), son of Lord Sorn)
McIver, Calum Alexander (Solicitor, D. L. A. Scotland, Edinburgh)
Mackay, 1676 James Peter Hymers (Lord Mackay of Clashfearn, Ex- UK Lord Chancellor.) Mackay, Peter 1791 (Sen. Civil Servt. Retd., Dir. Scottish Council Foundation, Dir. several companies)
Mackenzie, J.G. (M.A., LL.B. Cantab., Advocate)
MacKenzie, L. D. M. (M.A. Edinburgh, Director DG XXIII, European Commission (Info Tech)
Mackie, C.A.
Mackie, E. J. (LL.B.)
Mackie, Thorold (Investment Analyst, ING Barings Charterhouse Securities)
Mackness, Robin Frederick Stewart 1743 (B.A. Camb., Importer & Manufacturer)
MacLaren, I F
Maclean of Dochgarroch, Alan
MacLean, Colin P. B. (Dir. British Assets Management Trust, ISIS, MD Scot. Val. Man. Trust, Scottish Provident etc.)
MacLean, Ranald Norman Munro 1736 (Law Lord, Senior Legal rep. of Judicial Appts. Board.)
McLean, Robert Younger 1657 (B.A. Camb., A.M.I.E.E. Electrical Engineer)
MacLehose, D.
McLeod, Hugh Roderick 1675 (B.A. Cambridge; Ship-owner)
McLeod, J. M. N.
McLeod, Norman Donald 1678 (Sheriff-Substitute at Glasgow)
McLure, P.L.H (B.A. Oxon. LL.B. W.S.)
MacNaught, R. H. A. (B.A. Oxon., LL.B. Edin., Solicitor)
MacNeill, Calum H S (Q.C., Advocate Depute1998-2001, Edin. Acted v. Skye Toll protesters)
McNeill, James W. (Q.C. Advocates Library, Parliament House)
Macphail, Iain Duncan 1745 (Sheriff Principal, Lothian & Borders)
MacPhee, N. W. M. R.
Macpherson, Robin Ian (Solicitor & Partner, Brodies W.S., Edinburgh)
McVicar, Euan Forbes (Solicitor, Associate, McGrigor Donald, advised Bank of Scot. on PFI)
McVicar, Neil 1589 (M.A., Oxon., LL.B. Edin., Q.C., Chancellor to the Bishop of Edinburgh)
Mair, Hamish J. G. (Dir. Martin Currie Inv. Man. Ltd., Mgr. Martin Currie Return Trust)
Marquis Edward Graham 1607 (M.A. LL.B. Cambridge, practiced as English Solicitor)
Martin, R M
Maxtone Graham, Robert Mungo 1669 (Advocate, author of the Society’s literature)
Maxwell, Peter 1618 (Resigned, BA. Oxford, LL.B. Q.C.; grandson of 1027)
Menzies, Duncan Adam Young (Law Lord, Lord Menzies, as QC acted v. Skye toll protesters)
Mercer, Walter M.D. (Advocate, Visit. Lect., Univ. Aber., Mem. Privacy Law Comm., Law Soc.)
Mercer-Wood, S. Z. K.
Michael, P. A.
Millar, Angus George 1641 (Investment Trust Manager)
Milligan, J G
Mitchell, James Lachlan Martin 1643 (Sheriff)
Mitchell, Geoffery D. M. (Advocate, Edinburgh)
Moncreiffe of That Ilk, Sir David Gerald 1606 (Bart. & 23rd Laird of Moncreiffe; cousin of 1594)
Moncreiffe, Rupert Iain Kay 1594 (Sir Iain Moncreiffe, MA, LLB. PhD; Brit. Emb. Moscow 1946)
Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Walter William (of Buccleuch & Queensberry)
Moran, Joseph Michael 1612 (Resigned; Draftsman Lord Advocate’s Department)
Morison, Alastair Malcolm 1665 (Law Lord, Lord Morison; son of 1417 Sir Ronald Morison)
Morrison, Stephen Andrew Simpson (American Solicitor, regd. w/Law Society of Scotland)
Mowat, Ian Alastair McIvor (Solicitor, Haig-Scott, Edinburgh)
Muir, Andrew Gray 1692 (B.A. Oxford, LL.B. Edin., Solicitor; Son of 1442)
Murray, John 1718 (Q.C., F.C.I. Arb; & Professor, Formerly Lord Dervaird, resigned prior to ‘Magic Circle’)
Murray, J. A. S.
Murray, Ronald James King 1670 (Q.C. MP; Law Lord, Lord Murray; Lord Advocate 1974)
Murray Threapland, A. (M.Sc.)
Nelson, Douglas 1661 (Resigned, M.A., LL.B.)
Nicolson, Harold Alexander 1645 (LL.B. W.S.)
Nimmo Smith, William Austin (Law Lord, Lord Nimmo Smith, Co-author ‘magic circle’ report)
Noble, Ian Andrew 1782 (Ex-Chair Skye Bridge Co; Ex-Chair Noble Group; Noble Grossart, etc )
Noble, Iain William 1650 (M.A. LL.B. WS)
Oberlander, Jon R. (Dr., Reader in Cog. Science, Div. of Informatics, University of Edin.)
Oddy, Revel 1722 (Assistant Keeper, Royal Scottish Museum)
Ogilvy, F. G. A. (B.Sc.)
O’Neill, Francis 1737 (Life Insurance Manager, Electrical Engineer)
Osborne, Kenneth Hilton 1721 (Law Lord, Lord Osborne)
Packe, T. G. Packe (T.G.Packe, Chartered Surveyors, Linlithgow)
Paterson, John Veitch 1648 (Resigned, Sheriff at Selkirk)
Pearson, Francis Salmon Gillespie 1727 (Resigned, Advocate & Schoolmaster at Harrow)
Pearson, Nigel William 1779 (Solicitor, Rabobank International)
Peck, Julian Forbes Arbuthnott 1626 (Accountant & Co Director, Flemings Merchant Bank)
Penney, Michael Alexander Campbell 1646 (Son of 1394, Auditor to C of S; Nephew of 1454 Planter)
Perfect, Alan Peter George (Resigned)
Perring, C. J.
Peterson, John Murray 1647 (Sheriff)
Phemister, John Clark 1651 (Physician, Resigned)
Prince Philip, 1662 HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, K.G. (Honorary Member)
Pierrepont, John 1600 (Resigned, D.F.C; Merchant Taylor and Freeman of the City of London)
Picton-Philips, P. J. C. (M.A.)
Pinkerton, John Macpherson 1767 (B.A.Oxon. LL.B .Edin. Advocate; Auth. Minutebook of the Fac.of Ads)
Pollock, Alexander (Sheriff, Grampian H&I, Aberdeen)
von Poser und Gross Naedlitz, M.
Prenter, Patrick Robert 1752 (B.A., CBE, Hydr.Eng., Ch. Midl. Chamb. Com., P.P.Scot.Eng., Dir.LothH.A)
Prosser, W D
Rackowe, Robin 1712 (B.A .Camb., Pres. International Marine Fisheries Company; Adviser Vietnam Govt.)
Ramsay, Alan Douglas Monro 1723 (of Bowland, B.A. Oxford)
Reid, Ainslie Macdonald (Solicitor Dundas & Wilson, CS, Saltire Court, 20 Castle Terrace, Edin.)
Reid, Richard R. (Advocate)
Rennie, Archibald Louden 1682 (Priv. Secy. to Secy. of State 1962-63; Ass. Secy. to S.H. & H. Dept.)
Rice, P A
Richardson, M. H.
Riddiough, Ralph Leigh (Solicitor, Fyfe Ireland W.S., Edinburgh)
Risk, M. J. R.
de Roeck, R. S.
Robertson, I M
Robertson, R. B.
Robertson, William Brian (Solicitor, of Lindsays W.S., Edinburgh)
Robinson, D B
Rose, Morris James Alexander 1624 (Sheriff)
Ross, Donald MacArthur 1642 (Ex-Lord Just. Clerk, V-Pres. RSE; Resgd., Architect of JAB)
Ross, D M
Ross, Sinclair Alexander 1763 (Solicitor, Russell & Aitken, Falkirk)
Rowe, J E R (B.L.)
Sadler, David Gerald 1746 (B.A. Oxford, W.S.)
Salveson, Andrew E. H. (Board of Grampian Enterprise, 1995-98)
Sambrook, Harold Keith 1673 (M.A. Camb. Publisher)
Scott, Malcolm C. N. (Q.C., Director, Mid Wynd Int. Inv. Trust/Baillie Gifford)
Scott Moncrieff, John Kenneth (Solicitor, Murray Beath Murray W.S. Edinburgh)
Shearer, I. G.
Shewan, A.
Simpson, David Macdonald 1794 (B.A. Oxon., F.F.I., Actuary, Memb. Disc. Comm. Fac. of Ads.)
Simpson, Philip J. D. (Advocate, ‘Chapters in a History of Private Law in Scotland’, etc.)
Simpson, Patrick William (C.A., Dep. Chair. Edin. New Town Cons. Trust, son of 1285, brother of 1581, nephew of 1302 & 1381)
Smelt, J. C.
Smith, Alastair Melville John (Solicitor to the Advocate General)
Smith, G. T. E.
Smith Ralph A., (QC. Advocate Depute 1994-95{ad-hoc}, Jr. Counsel to Lord Pres. 1998-99)
Smith, Ronald Elsworth 1786 (B.A. De Pavio, M.A. Edin., Dip. Ed., Philosopher)
Smith, Thomas Brown 1595 (Broun Smith, Prof. of Law at Aberdeen & Edin; author of law books)
Speirs, John Garret 1749 (Non-Resident, Oxford M.B.A., Industrial Engineer)
Spence, M. A.
Staniforth, John Broke Duncan 1781 (Marketing)
St Clair, D. M.
St Clair, J. B. (Advocate, Co-author ‘Law of Corporate Insolvency-Scotland’ w/Lord Drummond Young)
St John, Edmund Oliver 1649 (B.L. W.S.; Member of Rent Assessment Panel for Scotland 1994-95)
Steel, William Macpherson 1596 (B.L. Edin. W.S.)
Stein, Colin Norman Ralph (BA (Hons), LL.B., Sheriff of Tayside Central & Fife at Arbroath)
Stevenson, P. D. (Director of British Energy, {currently enjoying £650m public overdraft})
Stevenson-Hamilton, A. J.
Stewart, David Logan (B.A. Cantab. LL.B. W.S. Solicitor Morton Fraser)
Stewart, Keith D. (Advocate, Edinburgh)
Stewart, Quintin Kennedy 1734 (B.L Edin. Solicitor; Secy., Scotch Whisky Association1997.)
Stewart, William Ian 1629 (Sir William, Pres. R.S.E.; Q.C., Solicitor General 1972)
Stirling, John Boyd (Solicitor with Bennet & Robertson, Edinburgh)
Strachan, Michael Francis 1586 (B.A.Camb. MBE. Ship-owner, Salmonier Shipping Company)
Strachan, Timothy Warren 1639 (Clerk of the Faculty of Advocates, 1958-67)
Strang Steel, Malcolm Graham (Solicitor with Turcan Connell W.S. Princes Exchange)
Stuart, Alexander John Mackenzie 1620 (BA. Camb. LL.B. Edin.Advocate; Captain Royal Engineers)
Stuart, Michael Albert ,(B.A. LL.B. Solicitor, Maclay Murray Spens)
Sutherland, Alister Macdonald 1716 (Solicitor, Burness W.S. & Sec. Leven Dist. Salm. Fish. Board)
Swan, G. N. I.
Swann, Michael 1778 (Professor, Principal University of Edinburgh. Honorary)
Taggart, C. A.
Tait, Ivan Ballantyne 1720 (Surgeon F.R.C.S.E., F.R.C.S. Eng.)
Tart, A. K.
Taylor, J. S.
Thin, Douglas Ainslie 1714 (Bookseller & Publisher)
Thompson, J. B. S. (LL.B.)
Thomson, B. J. P.
Thomson, Gordon Graham Turner (BA. Camb.; Printer, schoolmaster, & television producer)
Thomson, Nigel Earnest Drummond 1684 (Advocate & Author, Sheriff-Substitute at Hamilton)
Thomson, William Ronald Erskine 1770 (Ch. British Assets Trust, Charlotte Sq., Dir. ISIS Trust etc)
Tindall, B. H. Tindall (Lecturer in Architecture University of Edinburgh)
Tindley, P. J.
Todd, D. W. S.
Topping, Michael Robert 1739 (M.A., LL.B. lecturer in law Edinburgh University; Prof. Addis Ababa)
Traprain, Viscount 1724 (4th Earl of Balfour, Gerald Arthur James Balfour, JP {of Whittinghame}.)
Tyndall, Mark R.J. (Founder of Artemis Unit Trust Managers)
Tytherleigh-Strong, G. M. (Physician, granted non-residing privileges)
Upton, Michael G. J. (Advocate)
Urquhart, Ronald MacDuff 1664 (B.A. Oxford, LL.B. Edin., T.D. W.S)
Usher, Harry Graham 1730 (B.A.Camb., Merchant)
Vink, Peter Hendrik Johan de 1787 (Peter de Vink, Financier; Mem. S.I.A.B; M.D. of E.F.G.H; etc)
Voelcker, Richard Paul 1689 (Resigned, M.A. Agriculturist)
Wailes-Fairbairn, N W
Walker, Michael James 1725 (Ch. J.Walker Timber, Aberforth S L plc, Dir. Lothian Health Board.)
Walker, Nigel David 1671 (M.A. Oxon, Ph.D. Edin., Ass. Sec. Scottish Home & Health Dept.; Author)
Walker, William MacLelland 1667 (Q.C., Social Security & Child Support Commissioner)
Ward, Max C.B. (Ex-Scottish Mortgage, Manager Baillie Gifford, Scot. Investment Trust, etc.)
Warner, Graeme C. (Sheriff, Grampian H&I, Aberdeen)
Waterlow, Simon Gordon 1747 (Non-Resident, B.A. Camb., Printer)
Watson, John Donald Mackenzie 1627 (C.A.)
Watt, Edward Bruce (Solicitor, Henderson Boyd Jackson W.S., Edinburgh)
Watt, B. T.
Watt, Robert James Gordon 1655 (B.A. Camb.LL.B. WS.)
Wedderburn, Thomas MacLaglan 1598 (B.A. Camb., C.A., W.S., brother of 1517)
Weir, D B
Weir, Evan Hugh 1637 (B.A. Cambridge, LL.B, W.S.)
West, David Alexander 1686 (B.A. Camb., Lecturer in Humanity Edin., Author)
Wheatley, M. R. P. H. D.
Whiteman, R. D. (M.Phil., Minister of the Scottish Episcopalian Church)
Wilberforce, R. W.
Wilkins, R. M. (B.A., MSc)
Willey, G. J.
Wilson, Calum S. (Advocate, Advocates Library, Parliament House)
Wilson, Ian William Scott (Master Printer, President, Junior Chamber Scotland, 1952-53)
Wood, Malcolm James (Solicitor with Standard Life Assurance Co.)
Wood, Thomas Andrew Urquhart 1609 (B.A. Oxon. Advocate; Sheriff-Substitute at Glasgow)
Wright, J. G. L. (member, Friends of Dundee City Archives)
Wright, John N. (QC, Dep. Commnr., Soc. Sec. Child Supp; Mem. Lands Tribunal for Scot. )
Young, Sir Stephen Stewart Templeton (Sheriff Principal, North Strathclyde, Trinity Coll., Ox.)
Younger, Robert Edward Gilmour 1788 (The Hon. Sheriff of Tayside Central & Fife)
Dated List of Members who have been admitted to ‘Honorary Privileges’.
12 October 1954 HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh*
2 July 1975 Ivor Guild
2 July 1975 Professor Alan Watson*
15 October 1980 Sir John Burnett*^
16 December 1987 Sir David Smith*^
23 June 1989 Rt Hon Lord Mackay of Clashfern PC
9 February 1994 Professor Geoffrey Barrow*
29 November 1995 Professor Sir Stewart Sutherland*^
13 January 1999 Allan Massie*
10 January 2001 Rt Hon Lord Hope of Craighead PC
13 March 2002 Very Rev Gilleasbuig MacMillan*
* Not previously Members of the Society
^ Principals of Edinburgh University

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